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Board of Directors
ACPET is owned and governed by its members. It is an incorporated, not-for-profit company administered by a Board. The ACPET Board comprises eight positions elected by the membership. The ACPET Board elects a Chair and the Deputy Chair annually.
National ChairDirector representing New South Wales (since 2015)
Bruce is Chief Executive of BCA National Training Group (BCA National), a registered training organisation (RTO) that is an approved delegate of the Australian Skills Quality Authority.
Prior to establishing BCA National, Bruce led a consultancy practice specialising in board development, board governance, business management, project management and strategic planning for over 30 years. He has also held senior posts in government and lectured at university in public administration, business ethics and political philosophy.
Director representing South Australia (since 2016)
Alexis is the CEO of Silver Chain Training & RDNS Training, a private RTO specialising in the nursing, health, aged care and community services sectors. Focused on delivering the best quality nursing graduates to Australia’s health industry, the
RTO operates campuses in SA and WA along with a strong online presence. With over 15 years’ experience in VET, including leadership of a dual-sector HEP and CRICOS provider, Alexis holds positions on various Boards, Committees and Councils at state and national levels.
Director representing Tasmania (since 2016)
Tony is the Chief Executive Officer of Industrylink Training, a private RTO which has specialised in Hospitality and Tourism since 2005, and is based in Hobart, Tasmania.
Industrylink has won numerous State and National awards for their innovative training techniques, and continue to meet the ever increasing needs of their growing industry.
Tony has been the owner and operator of various businesses in the Hospitality and Tourism sector prior to his involvement in Vocational Education and Training.
Over the years he has continually held various roles on industry boards, committees and advisory groups.
Director representing Victoria (since 2017)
Andrew is the Chief Executive Officer of House of Learning Pty. Ltd. t/a Builders Academy Australia which delivers qualifications in Building and Construction and related industries across 4 Australian States. Builders Academy Australia is part of the Simonds Group with includes Simonds Homes, Australia's 4th largest builder of detached housing.
Through Andrew’s role as part of the executive team of the Simonds Group he has gained a deep understanding of current and future workforce learning and development requirements within a large National employer.
Over the past 12 years Andrew has held Senior Management and Executive level positions across a range of training providers delivering across diverse cohorts including to domestic students, onshore to international students and offshore to international students.
Director representing Northern Territory (since 2017)
Kathryn has over 25 years’ experience in the Vocational Training and Education sector. Kathryn is an AICD graduate and currently the CEO of Top End Group Training Pty ltd and Chairman of the Australian Skills Institute Pty Ltd.
Kathryn currently sits on various Board and is committed to applying business principals to Vocational and Higher Education. Kathryn believes that by creating greater industry linkages between Education and Training Institutions and industry, students will be educated for employability and better prepared to meet the global skills market.
Kathryn was recognised as an award winner of the 2013 Telstra Business Woman’s Award in Community and Government and is passionate about strengthening and growing the capability and responsiveness of the employment and education training sectors in ways that improve sustainability and equity outcomes.
Board Appointed Director (since 2017)